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Raag Bhairavi

Raag Bhairavi is a Hindustani Classical heptatonic(Sampurna) Raag of Bhairavi Thaat. Traditionally it is a morning raga. In modern times, at least in Khyal Gayaki, it is usually performed as the concluding (finale) piece in concerts. It is the defining raga of its own Thaat.

Carnatic music has a Bhairavi raga which is quite different from the Hindustani raga.

Thaat: Bhairavi

Jati: Sampurna Sampurna

Vadi: Ma

Samvadi: Sa

Aaroh: Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Dha Ni Sa

Avaroh: Sa Ni Dha Pa Ma Ga Re Sa

Pakad: Ni Re Ga Ma Pa Ma Ga Re Sa

Samay (Times)

Bhairavi is a early morning raag.But it is also used as a concluding piece and as such has been performed even at night,but always in semi or light-classical rendering.If one has to sing or play bhairavi as a main piece it has to be in the morning time.

Rasa: Raag Bhairavi is typically performed with a peaceful, serious, and occasionally sad mood.

Songs based on Raag Bhairavi:

  • Babul mora, naihar chhooto hi jaaye – Street Singer 
  • Sajna, sajna kahe bhul gaye din pyar ke – Chand Mere Aja 
  • Insaf ka mandir hai, yeh bhagavan ka ghar hai – Amar   
  • Kaise jaun jamunake tir – Devta
  • Laga, chunari men dag – Dil Hi To Hai
  • Jyotse jyot jagate chalo – Sant Gyaneshwar
  • Jo bhaje hari ko sada – Bhajan
  • Tu gangaki mauj – Baiju Bawra
  • Nas nas men agan
  • Jab dil hi tut gaya – Shahjehan
  • Ai diwali, ai diwali – Rattan
  • Tumhare sang main bhi chalungi
  • Do hansonka joda bichhad gayo re – Ganga Jamuna 
  • Mere pas ao, nazar to milao
  • Mai to pyarse teri piya mang sajaungi
  • Barasat men, hamse mile tum – Barsaat (old)
  • Dost dost na raha – Sangam
  • Bol radha bol sangam hoga ke nahin – Sangam
  • Mera juta hai japani – Shri 420
  • Ramiya vasta vaiya – Shri 420
  • Mohabbatki dastan
  • Suno chhotisi gudiya ki lambi kahani – Seema  
  • Khamosh hai khevanahara mera – Amar
  • Mori chham chham baje payeliya
  • Mere ai dil bata – Jhanak Jhanak Payel Baje
  • Sanvare sanvare – Anuradha (Composed by Ravi Shankar)
  • Nache man mora magan dhik dha dhigi dhigi – Meri Surat Teri Aankhen
  • Apki yaad ati rahi, ratbhar – Gaman
  • Yaha barakha sautaniya ke dvar
  • Tera jana – Anadi
  • Tute na dil Tute na – Andaaz (Old)
  • Ai mere dil kahin aur chal – Daag
  • Mile sur tera hamara – Doordarshan Sangeet
  • Kaise samjhaun bade nasamajh ho – Sooraj 
  • Chali gori pi ke milan ko chali
  • Bhor bhaye panghatpe – Satyam Shivam Sundaram 
  • Jare, jare ud ja re panchhi – Maaya
  • Dilka khilona haye tut gaya – Goonj Uthi
  • Jay bolo beiman ki – Beiman 
  • Tumhe aur kya dun main dil ke sivay – Ayee Milan ki Bela
  • Lage tose naina lage
  • Mein piya teri – Basant Bahar
  • Mithe bol bole – Kinara
  • Mitwa re mitwa purab na jaio – Jawab
  • Heer ( doli chadhke heer) – Heer Ranjha (old)
  • Phir kisi raah guzar par shayad – A Ghazal by Jagjit Singh
  • Meri tanhaiyon tum hi lagalo mujhko sinese – A Ghazal by Jagjit Singh
  • Yeh dil yeh paagal dil mera (awaargi) – A Ghazal by Gulam Ali
  • Beshaq mandir masjid todo – Bobby
  • Bhari duniya men akhir dil ko samajhane kahan  jaayen – Do Badan 
  • Hato kaheko juthi banao batiyaan – Manzil
  • Mata saraswati sharda vidya dayi dayani – Bhajan
  • Sunai deti hai jiski dhadkan (Zihaal-e-muskeen) – Gulami
  • Jiya jale jaan jale nainon tale – Dil Se…
  • Baaki kuchh bacha to menhagai maar gayi – Roti Kapda aur Makaan
  • Phool gendava na maaro – Dooj  Ka Chaand
  • Dhanya bhag seva ka avsar paaya – Sur  Sangam
  • Kabhi neki bhi uske ji men gar aa jaye hai mujhse  – A Ghazal by Gulam Ali
  • Mukund Madhav hari Hari bol
  • Mile jo kadi kadi, ek zanjeer bane – Kasme  Wade
  • Hame tumse pyar kitana – Kudarat

 

Satyam Shivam Sundaram – Bhor Bhaye Panghat Pe

Dil Se – Jiya Jale Jaan Jale

Tu ganga ki mauj mein ..baiju bawra

Mera Joota Hai Japani – Raj Kapoor – Nargis – Shri 420

Ramaiya vasta Vaiya

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